Monthly Archives: November 2011

The “simple” job of the CEO – setting the pace and context for decisions

I play bass guitar. I have since my junior year in high school when a buddy of mine came up with the improbable notion of forming a soul/funk garage band to play at local high school dances. Playing bass seemed … Continue reading

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JoePa and the lost moral compass

The Moral Compass. I was going to address this aspect of leadership in a couple of weeks as the third in my series on the essential areas of focus for the CEO, but perhaps … now is the right time. … Continue reading

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The “simple” job of being a CEO

I was having breakfast with a board chairman recently and we were tossing around our respective philosophies about the essential qualities of a CEO. While we each had our own list, what we kept coming back to was this notion … Continue reading

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